Florida WR Wants to Make it to Clemson

T.J. Williams, one of the top receivers in Florida, is considering a trip to Clemson this weekend to watch the Tigers. How has the talented athlete weathered the hurricanes over the past few weeks? Where is he planning to go on his official visits? Find out the answers in this recruiting update.

WR T.J. Williams
6-2, 170, 4.48
Leon High School
Tallahassee, Florida

The hurricanes that have hit Florida the past few weeks have had an impact on high school football, according to numerous reports. Leon High wide out T.J. Williams agrees.

"The weather has been bad," said Williams in an interview with CUTigers.com Tuesday night. "We still haven't played a game yet. We are supposed to play this weekend. Our power was only out for an hour or two."

The 6-2, 170 pound prospect is eager to hit the field for his senior season for Leon High School. "I am anxious to play. I can't wait to get out there."

Williams is considering traveling to Clemson this weekend with teammate Quentez Ruffin to see the Tigers battle the Jackets. "I'm going to talk to Quentez about that and see what's up. I will probably talk with him tomorrow when we get back to school."

When asked when he will make a commitment, Williams responded, "I'm going to hold out until signing day."

The talented athlete continues to hope that some of the Florida powerhouses will offer as the season progresses. "They haven't offered yet. I think they are waiting on my test scores."

The Tallahassee standout is starting to decide where he will take official visits. "I'm going to Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia and probably Florida State and LSU."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Florida, right up through signing day 2005.

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